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Has Gastonia found her ace?

This is the sixth installment of the Gastonia Honey Hunters Baseball Weekly Review. At the start of the game on Tuesday, July 20, the team is ranked 20-25, third in the South Division of the Atlantic Professional Baseball League. The week that was … Tuesday July 13 Gastonia 8, High …

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From Bees to Opossums: 20 Facts About Pollination | New

Much of plant life, including flowering plants and human food crops, requires pollination. Without pollinators, these plants would never reproduce. Pollinators come in all shapes, sizes, colors and species. There are birds, bees, beetles, flies, moths, bats and even a tiny flightless mammal, the honey opossum, which only specializes in …

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Honey Bee back for 2021 | Local News

HAHIRA— The HoneyBee Festival returns in September. The popular Hahira celebration will return in 2021 after being canceled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2020, for the first time in almost 40 years, there were no walkers, no vendors, and no Shriners in their clown cars. “We are …

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Clarkson declares Bee Awareness Day |

Mayor Bonnie G. Henderson issued a proclamation declaring August 21 “Honey Bee Awareness Day” as part of the Clarkson Town Commission meeting this week. “Clarkson is a certified Bee City USA and they love their cities to recognize days like this,” said Scotty Gore, Clerk-Treasurer of Clarkson. “Plus, with the …

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Clarkson Recognizes Bee Awareness Day | Local News

As the home of the Kelley Beekeeping Co. and the Honeyfest Community Celebration, Clarkson is a buzz on events such as Bee Awareness Day. Mayor Bonnie Henderson issued a proclamation declaring the celebration official on August 21. “Clarkson is a certified Bee City USA and they love their cities to …

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La Colline is home | A beehive full of friends at Honey Made

Meuh Honey. Photo by Maria Helena Carey The pandemic hasn’t stopped entrepreneurship in the district as new businesses have opened and thrived. When Summit to Soul’s Kim Wattrick decided to close her store this spring, Barracks Row had another empty storefront to contend with at 727 8th Street SE, not …

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